|THE PHANTOM BROADCAST - W T Lackey|
Events surrounding the murder of a phony radio star and notorious ladies' man. Stars Ralph Forbes and Vivienne Osborne. Gail Patrick, Louise Beavers and George "Gabby" Hayes have supporting roles. Directed by Phil Rosen Released in 1933 Tape-transferred complete print a.k.a. "False Fronts"
Keywords: dramas; melodramas; radio crooners; Ralph Forbes; Vivienne Osborne; Gail Patrick; Louise Beavers (uncredited); George Hayes
Downloads: 1,327 (1 review)
|Wives under Suspicion|
A prosecuting attorney treats every homicide case as first degree murder and uses miniature replicas of human skulls to tally the death sentences that he garners. Then he himself is beset by the urge to murder. An above-average public domain film from Universal Pictures.
Keywords: Warren William; Ralph Morgan; William Lundigan; Milburn Stone; Gail Patrick; Constance Moore
Downloads: 9,677 (4 reviews)
|My Man Godfrey (1936)|
A ditzy socialite finds a homeless man for a scavenger hunt and then hires him as their butler.
Keywords: William Powell; Carole Lombard; Alice Brady; Gail Patrick; Eugene Pallette; Jean Dixon; Alan Mowbray; Mischa Auer; Pat Flaherty; Robert Light; Mystic Nights Videos
Downloads: 64,781 (7 reviews)
|RANDOLPH SCOTT: Wagon Wheels|
"WAGON WHEELS" represents a 1934 Western movie directed by Charles Barton. It's a remake of 1931's Fighting Caravans, using stock footage from the original and substituting a new cast headed by Randolph Scott, playing a trail guide named Clint Belmet, and Gail Patrick to replace the earlier film's Gary Cooper and Lili Damita. Movie Info: Three veteran scouts, Clint Belmet (Randolph Scott), Jim Burch and Bill OLeary, are leading a wagon train of settlers to the Oregon Territory...
Keywords: Wagon Wheels; Movie; Spielfilm; Western; Western Film; Action; Adventure; Randolph Scott; Charles Barton; Fighting Caravans; Gail Patrick; Lili Damita; Gary Cooper; Settlers; Oregpn Territory; Settlers; Indians; Expansion; Exploitation; Fur-Trading; Kenneth Murdock; Monte Blue; Clint Belmet; Merchants